Judah Gluckman brings more than a decade of policy experience, having served two major city mayors and worked for firms with clients in the telecommunications and infrastructure sectors. He is Director of Planning and Economics at Louis Berger (a WSP company), where he advises public and private sector clients in all phases of infrastructure projects across sectors with a focus on strategy, policy, planning, and economics.
Prior to joining Berger, Judah was Deputy Director and Counsel of the DC Office of Public-Private Partnerships (DC OP3), an agency that he helped create, which is charged with building collaborations between the private sector and District government to more effectively build and maintain critical infrastructure through long-term, performance-based contracts. Before standing up DC OP3, he was Deputy Director in the Office of Policy and Legislative Affairs for Mayor Muriel Bowser. Judah joined the office of then-Councilmember Bowser in 2011 as Legislative Counsel for the Committee on Government Operations and the Committee on Economic Development. While there, Judah worked with Mayor Bowser to research and draft the Public-Private Partnership Act of 2014, which established DC OP3.
Prior to joining the DC government, Judah worked on telecommunications regulatory matters and appellate litigation for Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, PLLC. He also served as a Metcalf Policy Fellow and Assistant to the Chief of Staff for Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. Judah is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the American University Washington College of Law.